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A Newmarket man who has been on trial for the last eight weeks has been found guilty of murdering mother-of-two Clare Nash.

Charles Jessop, 29, admitted killing Miss Nash in her Newmarket home last January but denied murder. He said the anti-depressant Citalopram had affected his state of mind.

Hear from our reporter who has been covering the trial about what was heard in court and what Miss Nash's family had to say about the verdict.

Also in today's podcast, the US President has been in the county as he arrived in Britain for the G7 summit and a meeting with the Queen.

Joe Biden met with personnel from RAF Mildenhall, where the iconic Air Force One landed at around 7.30pm on Wednesday.

We also discuss the break out of a huge fire at a Little Wratting farm and the efforts of one staff member to save animals and machinery.

And find out about Suffolk make-up artist Sophie Baverstock's journey to winning BBC hit show Glow Up.

The 21-year-old was crowned Britain's next make-up star in Tuesday's final, having received high praise from judges.

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